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Dunfermline v Caley Thistle - 13/03/18

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@RiG : was playing around with PHP version (now 7.1) and also the security settings as we want to make the entire site (rather than just the login/shop pages) HTTPS with our next update. Not embedding tweets or side loading other elements not on our domain seems to have been an unfortunate side effect. I have rolled back some of the changes for now and embedding now works again.  

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Fixture list fairly piling up now. Not good at all. 

12 games still to play with 7 weeks of the season left. 

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Someone on P&B is saying that the game could be played next Tuesday (the 13th).

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It will certainly have to be a midweek game as we have no free Saturdays left until the end of the season. All right for central belt ICT fans but a bit rubbish for anyone wanting to come down from the North.

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Oh well, another Tuesday night in the house then.

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From spfl website

Ladbrokes Championship

Tuesday March 13
Dunfermline Athletic v Inverness Caledonian Thistle

Tuesday March 20
Dundee United v Queen of the South

Tuesday March 27
St Mirren v Dumbarton

Tuesday April 3
Dunfermline Athletic v Livingston
Inverness Caledonian Thistle v Brechin City

Tuesday April 10
Dundee United v St Mirren

Tuesday April 17
Dumbarton v Inverness Caledonian Thistle


Read more at https://spfl.co.uk/news/article/new-dates-for-postponed-fixtures/#32jS9A6iyghZE12B.99

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Original game postponed by hopefully we will have a game at long last on Tuesday. Nice short trip for those central belt based ICT fans but hopefully we'll get a few more folk down from the north for the game. Pars are on a rotten run of form with only one win since the end of December. Three points would be massive for us and maybe, just maybe, give us a faint hope of sneaking into the playoffs after Morton were gubbed yesterday.

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1 hour ago, RiG said:

Three points would be massive for us and maybe, just maybe, give us a faint hope of sneaking into the playoffs after Morton were gubbed yesterday.

Well, I suppose that with a third of our league season still ahead of us, anything could happen.

My first priority would be to secure 8th spot, hoping that injuries are kept to a minimum over the next few weeks, and demanding that discipline is good throughout that period - we can't afford suspensions.  Then we can see what shape we are in - on and off the park - and start thinking about next season.

Winning the Challenge Cup would surely instil some confidence and bring the team closer together, too.

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I’ll be there. Assuming this Tuesday doesn’t turn out like the last few :laugh:

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11 hours ago, Stirling Observer said:

Anyone going? I will be there. Presume Coll is still out. If so we are almost guaranteed to concede two goals. Optic stats.

The Pars have scored 6 goals in their last 9 games so they are pretty shot shy.

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Any team news? Badly missed Donaldson against Morton, hopefully he is fit.

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2 hours ago, ictrmd said:

Any team news? Badly missed Donaldson against Morton, hopefully he is fit.

He is still out 

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